Unofficial Name

"It seems the gal at the Treasure Chest shop has a thing for guys who look like Gorons..."
— Bombers Notebook

The Mini-game Operator is a recurring character in the Legend of Zelda series. As implied by her title, she is an operator of mini-games, though the game in question varies between games. She is dressed in pink clothing, and has distinctive purple hair.


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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

The Mini-game Operator works at the Bombchu Bowling Alley in Hyrule Castle Town, and has a tendency to fall asleep when not serving customers. When Link pays for a round of Bombchu Bowling, she abstains from revealing the prize for the current game until he has already made the payment.

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

The Mini-game Operator runs the Treasure Chest Shop in East Clock Town. Her behavior toward Link varies depending on his current form; if he appears to her in his regular Hylian form, she refers to him as the "kid collecting masks" and charges him 20 Rupees. She says Zora Link (Goron Link in the 3DS remake) is handsome and charges him only 5 Rupees, while Deku Link is "cute" and charges him 10 Rupees. She describes Goron Link as being fit and charges him 30 Rupees. If Link wins as Goron Link, she gives him a Piece of Heart.

The Treasure Chest Shop is empty on the night of the Final Day, and its door is left unlocked past the normal closing hours, implying that the Mini-game Operator has fled Clock Town in an attempt to take refuge from the falling Moon, like most of the other townspeople.

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